Selma

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Gender: F Meaning of Selma: "godly helmet" Origin of Selma: German

Playing mah-jongg with her buddies Bernice and Myrna, but given a somewhat more youthful spin via actresses Selma Blair and Salma Hayek.

Famous People Named Selma

Selma Ottilia Lovisa Lagerlöf, Swedish author; 1st woman to win Literature Nobel Prize
Selma Adzem, Bosnian singer
Selma Bajrami, Albanian-Bosnian pop star
Selma Blair, American actress
Selma Björnsdóttir, Icelandic singer
Selma Ergec, Turkish-German actress, beauty queen, & doctor
Selma Harrington, Bosnian-Irish architect & designer
Selma Kurz, Austrian opera singer
Selma Mekic, Bosnian TV host
Selma Yagci, Turkish boxer
Selma Diamond, American actress

Pop Culture References for the name Selma

Selma Bouvier, character on "The Simpsons;" twin of sister Patty
Selma Malet, character in Mary A. Dickens' "Cross Currents"
Selma, character in Kenize Mourad's "Regards from the Dead Princess"
Selma, character on "The Crazy, Confused & Normal"
Selma Ježková , main character in the musical "Dancer in the Dark"
Selma St. George, character in Stephen King's Dolores Claiborne
Selma, Alabama
"Selma," 2014 film about the civil rights march in Selma, Alabama

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